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New.S.,,..rroiiill.:Na - tb3iii -
new City Hall will
cost $2500,000. -
Italtimori wishes to repeal its
—They propose to build a hospital
at Omaha by aid of a lottery. -'
—The Louisiana Legislature le
galizes pretty waiter-gtrl saloons. •
A. T. Stewart worries along on
between fifty and sixtyons.
—A new milita post'-is soon to
:174 established at Fort Ellis, Montana.
-Illinois is puzzled ever a brass
button found inside of a hen's egg.
—The Hartford. Courant heads its
list of divorces "The Se?aratkm Business."
—Prince Bistruuk has a half broth
er in Albany, N, Y., nanicd IL Lilienthal: ,
I —Professor 3lo.conticines in a
—Salt Lake felia slight shock of
• the California earthqualo.
—The capture of Zacatecas by the
revolutionists has been f.erdirmed.
—A new style 0 necklaces is made
of Dead Sea shells and Tabbies.
—A new style o artificial 'flowers
is called "Chicago smo e buds."
Tameness in women is, with
most men, the most paidonable offense.
—lndiana boas of an inhabitant
who Was put kto jail be ore he was twenty-four
—The decorati n of St. Paul's
for the Prince's thanksgiving cost $BO,OOO.
What'will Sir Charles Dike say? •
satin bed-skead is on exhibi
tion in New York, richiy ombrniderod in gay
colors, the price of. which is $3,000.
—Eight young ladies have recejv
ea diplomas from the men's 'Medical College
at New York.
—A rich lode f cinnabar, some
.ten'inches thick, has lately been struck in the
—A police offid 1 at Constantino
ple *as hanged beca be could not ` - account
for the money taken in. •
—Tho butcher of Corvallis, Ore
gon,bave bad to shut up their shops_ because
they cannot obtain any beef cattle. '
—La Crosse, -. Wisconsin, has an os
with.a horn ten inches In length growing from
his breast, between his More legs.
—The report of the first six..months'
sale of.postal cards in England Show that 58,-
485,060 were sold daring that period. .
—Paris letters say that the fash
ions for the spring And the coming summerin
dicate' the wearing-of a i profusion of jewelry.
—The burned out and. - suffering
Chicagoans squandered tB,OOO . on Charlotte
Cashman the other night.
-- , -The Japanese Minister Mari de
nies the statements published of the persecri- - .
tion of Christians - in Japan.
—Forty thousaiad pounds of Cali
fornia butter was shipped from San Francisco
to New York and Boston last week.
—Senator Bacidew declines to be
the Democratic candidate for Governor of Penn
sylvania. He has no appetite for defeat.
—The Springfield Bepublican says
that the its in thennectient shows little
signs of breaking up fore the Fourth of Jnly.
--The indigo plant is indigenous
in Florida and South Cirolins. It is easily cul
tivated and remunerative to the producer.
—The New Piltssian Gazelle con
tradicts, "on inthoril , "'the reported engage
ment of General Von -hweinitz and Miss Jay.
--:The Louisian Lottery Corlpany
can't find the man wh drew its last "50,000
pride. The other com etitors look blank about
. U. •
—Rev. Peter C rtwri l ght is report
ed to have recovered Minn his recent illness,and
will,it is thought,be able to preach again short
ly. ' '
—Connecticut papers have discov
ered that tho New Hazhpslaire election has giv
en Grant a lift and the Democratic party a
—Some one s4s that a strong ar
gument against suicide i 3, that it is the height
et impoliteness to f4O anywhere until you are
sent fur. I I
—ln consequence of the rapid con
sumption of the forestis in Russia, no fuel but
coal Ls now permitted [to be used 'on the rail
—A minister's danghter,young
and prpity, wap arrango in a New York court
on Tuesday, for titealinig, two skirts from anoth
—Barnum announces That " 300
employes will be ernbr ced " in big circus and
museum. Pnt us flow., for ono—the beautiful
—A Jewish he'
baled in Boston wher,
cooked - after the fAstd.
—Twelve , . hun i
have been bought by al
in the past three taunt
tin:Kite. ' •
••• —lt is not alo'
that the Japanese are
to be educated. Slit
accounts of persons be,
to send their children
The Senate ' Naval Committee
has come to the conclusion that action should
be taken looking to thel establishment of ti - o - rks
for building iron rem ...
—Hon.: Wayne a
clreigh, who has
been lying dangemnsl `` ill for some time past at
his residence in Liarri sburr is considered out
Dolly Warden " bonnets. are
said to bo the prettiest and most becoming
head gear that has be n worn by women for
—lt is said th t the Marquise de
Cans (Adelina Patti) o vizs more diamonds and
handsomer jewelry the any lady of the nubili
ty in Europe.
—A Brain:Ulu p 'est in India, ,who
forgot his sacred calli.g and 'murdered a man
in aSt of passion, has 'been 2013 t to prison for
—The Massach ;setts' State Color
ed Convention have chosen six delegates to the
National Colored Conve Won to be held in New
Orleans April 10.
1 -Henry R. Co klin, Ike Secreta
ry of the Now York M ket Savings Bank, has
been arrested in Mon eal, and is now in jail,
preparatory „to his retn to New York.
I--The latest - fas ionable ornaments.
are of amber, and will, in a few months, eom
supersede the' tortoise-shell jewelry,
which has hold its own for an unusually long
I t— The Norristown (Pa.) Herald
PAYS :.London dahlia 700,000 cats—which is not
a siugle.cat too many to have in cue England
refiseslo settle the Alabama claims. 'Lemont ,
T l—The " meanest man " in central
linnets is a firmer living near Decatur. He
, disOarges pis laborers Saturday night, and
• 'chs them for lodging and board overSen
The Quebec government intend
adding a stationery Idepartment to. their ser
vice, which will be for the purpose of supplying
ail officers under their control with paper and
staliime A ry;
ftrm in Ne' York advertises
' ~ itsitrrangemcnts "for he purpose of import
_ ing each goods as are pecuilly adapted to the
waits of religious sonic :es." The place of ex
port is not stated.
4 --During the t five centuries
more than $2.50,000,000 . orth of land has been
washed away_ from the eastern coast of Lag
.. land by the encroachine is of the sea. Holland
has lost 1500,000,000.
1 4. T. Trowbridge, editor of Our
1 Tami l g Folks, received he other day w medal
. • frorn the Humane Sock ,in attestation of his
brayery ih rescuing a y
i ung lady from drown
,1 Animmense meeting was. held
ID ' 'Salt Liao City latAW ednesdaY evening,
against the admission of,litah as a State. A
memorial to Congress against the admission
, The case of JUdge Barnard, of
Neyr 'fork. was closed j beim . ° the Judiciary
CoMmitte Thursday. The Madge submitted a
protest against the consideration by the com
mit* of hearsay testimony.,
1 H Smith , Hank Smi late Preicident of
-th ei epinc Green Sevin& Bank, New York,
has promised with the depositors, who re
-1 Inns Mama ntspoultibglif deposi t
000 An. .Instsicesats, to WM& stO ...rem/ -of
p.. ri,l ~
ZDITOSIS - •
S. O. GOODRICH. S. W. ALPO RD
Towanda. Thursday, - April 4, 1872*
TOE JIIDO E OT THE MPH= COMM
HON. 'ULYSSES ILERCIJR,
[abjeet to' the t a ll= of republican State
J.JL CAN STATII CIENTILLL COMIZMCI 07
Pam armzesua. Feb. 6,1872.
In pumas= of the resolution of the UMW
CAR STATE CENTRAL OORGERMIE. ado=
1111 . 1s vi Vi Jan. 18.1871 h. 11124711L1C1A21
CO ON. composed of Dekstates from each
Senatorial •and Representative Dtatrict bi the num.
ber to - which such District is entitled to the Legiah
time, will select in the Hall of the Rouse of Represero
tenses. at Harrisburg. ai 12 o'clock noon. on WZD.
RESEW, the lOUs day of April. A. D. 1871 to non&
nate r candidales for Governor. Judge of the Supreme
okmxt, Auditor General mhoal4 Leglidatum Pm'
vide for the choice of one try the, people.) sad en
Electoral Ticket: and also to elect Senatorial and
Representative Delegates to represent this State In
the REPITILICAN NATIONAL OGGIVEDITION. to
be held at Philadelphia. June 5, 1872.
D. F. Roveron,
Erna Lamm, }Secretaries.
P. li. Lmz.
10:4,1A:1,i Pitt :7.1, V CIA
An absurd story, which has gained
currency, that President Grant had
expressed a determination, to force
his renominrition at Philadelphia,
even if he was defeated in the oleo=
lion, is . disprosed of. ' A special dis
patch to the Philadelphia Press,from
Washington, under date of Thursday
last 'gives the true position of the
A prominent Republican Senator,
in the course of an interview with
the President this morning, brought
to his attention the recently publish
ed statement that he intended to
force the nomination of the Philadel
phia convention in his favor,and that
he had declared his purpose to com
pel the placing of his name at the
head of the ticket, preferring to ac
cept the risk of defeat in November
rather •of failure of ' renomination.
The President's responce was most
decisive and emphatic ; in the first
place, that he had never said any
such thing to any person ; in the
second place, he had never intended
any such thing. He declared fur
ther he has never yet stated to any
person that he desired to be renomi
nated at Philadelphia, nor has he
asked the influence or efforts of any
one for that end. He said that. his
position to-day is precisely the same
as when, eight years ago in front of
Richmond, he received letters urg
ing him to accept the nomination
against President Lincoln. He re
gards -the unity and success of the
Republican party as greater and
more essential than that of any man
in it, an is ready to obey the dic
tates of its leaders and its necessi
ties. The President spoke with more
than usual warmth upon.the subject,
and with evident and entire sinceri
THE INVESTIGATES° Faums.—The
assault made in and out of Congress
so simultaneously upon the President
and Administration has crunablep.ke
fore the approaches of investigation.
The proceedings show the end is
really reached, and that if brings sig
nal discomfiture to the assailants,
thus bearing up those who have rest
ed their constant confidence in the
President and his advisers upon a
general knowledge of his and their
probity. The substantive acquittal
of Secretary Rosssos will be welcome
to his many friends,bat it is no more
than was anticipated from the begin
ning by all who knew him. The
Boston Traveller, of Monday, says:
" Hon. J. M. ASIILEY spent last week
here on an anti-Grant mission, and
Messrs. ATKINSON, ALLEY and a few
others were engaged with him in ral
lying a party for the support of Mr.
Strimmt :is President. His success
was small, because Republicans have
made up their minds to renominate
and re-elect President Grieve Sen
ator WiLsoN says he met but one an
ti-Grant Republican in Connecticut.
These facts have a connection with
the instant proceedings at Washing
ton that can be seen, and that will
not lessen gratification over the re
sults coming to hand.
el has been °stab
. Tunelnes can Snd food
in prescribed by their ro
red iiolecat skins
firm in Paris, Ky., *kb
. s, for shipment to Bal
e to this country
ending their young men
-papers are full of
ng tined fur neglecting
o eehool, under the new
of Bradford Cotionty.
Stir E's-Governor Lima S. Foam,
of Tennessee, has been writing an
other letter, devoting it to a lameta
tion over the evil ways into which
the Democratic .party has fallen.
"That party," he says, "fearfully en
feebled of late by the revelations of
deep-seated corruption in its own vi
tals, is yet struggling with -something
of its ancient energy niid.valor to re
cover its former position in the pub
lic esteem, but certainly without the
least possibility of being able to do
so in time to take a very controlling
part in the coming Presidential elec
us. It is wonderful what political
prestige SUMNER and Gummi have
given to GRANT: Before these shrewd
managers conspired to break the sol-
dier President down, no one gave
him credit for political strength.
After hammering at him for a year,
it is suddenly discovered that Gus=
is politically the stronge# man in
the country. Men striving to destroy
a fellow man whom they envied and
feared never filed .more signally than
have GnArr's 'enemies. The fact will
constitute a marked feature in his
biography. . ,
ss.. A Herald special from Cairo,
Egypt, says that General Sam= was
splendidly entertained by the Khe
dive. A. state breakfast was given In
his honor. He wag' invited to review
the troops, and a special train was
provided far himself and suite. The
palm e was tendered him for his resi
dence, but he, declined it. • He leaves
Monday for Constantinople, where he
will be the guest of the Sultan.
sir Califonda has been visited by
another earthquake.. Over three
hundred distinct shocks were felt.
A chasm thirty miles long, and -vary
ing in width from three inches to
forty fed was Made. About fifty
persons vain Olodand one thousand
Into Pt Iniumannui.
uniarvia, Mara 20, tem
The NI fle the deadosrad of the• North
Thou* Osi si, psmsdilis ca Widow
Ong sda as sussede‘i din* lir *mks
providing tor Obi rased eat litaislisee' the,
earel a ied restiledniebeight train -all Mel
endpbtst*fa Mid Wrodatieolittise;
toes - toll rad' of MO sad the
osnal.was In I 'eider* opesation,
This boon whether valuable or not, cod a
friend of the bat a triple Bethlehem to obtain
the consent of Mr. Sayre to the einsedmiett
fin diverse, the Beeraratatives at De geode'
raid not act without such comsat. Ace amend
meat was offered by Brume of Wyoseing,ra
'Ming that local freight Agrees oh all tonnage
to or from points in Bradford and Wyoming,
ran not exceed the charges on thrash freight
from Pittston to Waverly. This amendment
so modest in its requirements,and so aimlessly
just, wu voted down by a Urge majority on a
rising vote.-was afterwards offered byMr. Filch
I in the Senate and rejected by a sweeping nia
jority; so the lees/store of Pormsyhaisla have
" said to the Railroad company, charge more It
you please for carrying coal from Pittston to
Tunkhanrak. or Wyalteing, or Towanda than
to Waverly ! Make teal higher fn the markets
°tour own Stith than In the State ofliew York!
It was admitted that freight could not be car
rigid short distances for the same rate per ton
per mile, as king distances, but here was a
proposition that the gross charges should not
be greater for Short distances than longer, and
the combined, rillroad powers of the State'
through their tools in both Mouses crashed it ' ,
out, as though the legislature had no constitu
ency but those person!: owning and mainging l
Other amendments were offered by Mr. Dartt
providing for the payment of damages to own- I
ere of warehouses and other datum along the
canal and for compensation to the owners of
the Janctiim Canal. But by that time the dem
ocratic side of the Haase under the lead of
Brockawsy was drawn up-almost solid against
any amendment ; Samuel Noon, agent for the
Pennsylvania Bail Road was on_ the floor. as
usual, and under his direction the Bail. Bond
employees of • both parties united against the
members from oar section of the State' and
'paned the bill. On the question of suspending
the rules, only about twenty were found in the
negative, the members from Bradford. Maw
henna, and Lazeree being of that number.
The clerk of the Heise being from North
ampton, was active in favor of the bill, and her
toned to message it over to the Senate. It was
reported from the committee on Friday even
ing about 10 o'clock, taken up immediately and
Mr. P.tch made an earnest effort to which I
have alluded, to get some security against er
tortionste local freight charges in vain. The
inevitable Moon was now on the floor of the
Senate, and-that body seemed even more facile
in its obedience to the great oorporations than
the Rouse. I send NI herewith the bill as it
passed both Houses, and will also try to send
you the most important amendment voted down.
My observation made during the three days
I have been here, satisfies me that the legisla
ture is now more completely under the control
of the great reload corporations than ever be
fore. The amendment which struck at the
great atone and grievance of the day/Werra
ate and unreasonable local freight char"
aroused and united the whole power, and made
visible the fact that upon such questions the
people of Pennsylvania and their interests are
no more regariLed here, than under. the most
Amniotic? governments on earth:
On any other toed question than one affect
ing the interests of corporations, the united ef
forts of the members from oar section of the
State would be effectual, but when a lob is set
up by the agents of the Baliroad presidents,
they might as well try to Stop or control the
locomotive by - standing on the track. They
have in this case tried to serve the people, and
get the best terms possible, and I could detect
no want of faithfulness in any quarter.
Mr. Back secured—by keeping the the bill in
the Rouse committee -- the only concession
made to the people along the line,which is rep
resented by the railroad men as a reduction on
coal and plaiter freights of 20 per cent. , on the
It came out on the debate through Mr. Rod
gers, of Meßean- - --or of the Philadelphia and
Erie ILlL—that Col.:1'1°11ot had stated to him
and others that he could get three-fourths of
the people of Bradford county to sign petitions
for the abandonment" of the anal. No doubt
the CoL is great on petitions—for instance : in
favor of Herdic's new county—but I confess I
was surprised to learn, that be had been. here
working for the passage of this bill, as he as
sured me since it was introduced, that unless
the people were protected in the matter of local
freights, he would have nothing to do with it.
Surely I had a right to expect that I should
find this disinterested friend of the people, here
working in their interest upon the freight ques
tion; rather than on the , other side notwith
standing his $25,000 in the stock of the company.
1131 speaking now for the ' three-fourths" of our
county is my excuse and justification for treat
ing this "private citizen," as a public charac
With him how working for fair local freights
sus a condition c:f release from keeping the ca
nal in order, I should have looked for help from
the Domocratielside of the House, and in the
Senate something else from Buckalew than the
cold question to Mr. Fitch, as to "whether he
meant pro rata freight chargeer whiChwaa all
we heard from him.
Well, I have no great regard far the ditch oaf
of repair, and'do not mourn for that. But the
owners were bsiund by the law under which the
canal was sold, !to keep din repair as a high
wayfor the peOpte forever, and to charge only
three mills per ton per mile on coal as toll; for the
use of the same,which insured the people cheap
and cheap water transportation
for all bulky or heavy articles,hul the company
kept its part of the contract. Bat no,u soon as
'the canal was no longer useful to them in car
eying materials for the construction of the rail
road, it was neglected to such an extent that
boatmen could not depend upon it, and it pro.
duped only a trifling revenue. This last fact
resulting from a violation of law on the part of
the company is with wonderful candor 1 men
tioned as a reason for its abandonment in the
preamble of the bill. The great highway made
by the State and for the construction of which
the State is still in debt, has now passed with
out' any important restriction, into the hands
of a company, it will become one of the great
est and best coal roads in the world, the State
never has and probably never will receive her
pay fir the same,. and the people along the line
must bear whatever is imposed upon them, un
tfl some other great corporation by the
spirit of rivalry shall build an line along
the valley of the upper North ;Winch.
Those who built warehoues, basins and
docks, as well a connecting - canal, can pocket
their losses, and reflect upon the fender warier
of corporations, the securities and - blessings of a
Bepublican form of government, and thefafth
fulness and care, for private rights of our pub:
I'. 8. The Legislature "adjourns on Thursday
next, far which let tui be devoutly thankful.
jlir The Supreme Court of Penn
sylvania, at Philadelphia Monday,
announced I, decision in the case of
Bishop O'Hasi., of Scranton; against
Father SrAcs, of Wiliamsport. The
judgment of Midge Giums was rev
ersed and the isjunction against Bish
op OM= dissolved.
SS. The United States Grand 'Tu._
ry sitting in New York, have found
indictments against over one , hun
dred persons for defrauding the gov
ernment of revenue on whisky;. It
is claimed a whisky ring was foimed,
and operations began under Jim
sox's Administration in 1867.
R" The- bill for the removal of
the Capitol from Harrisburg to Phil
adelphia was defeated, to the great
relief of the people of the former
The public debt has been re
duced fur the put month $15,481,768.
The election Which - mane cdf in
dirMesticut on the bust., malted
in the election of the entire Repub
lican ticket, and gave both branches
of the Legislature to the Republicans
by . increased majorities.
DUTTON TEL AID OOFFEE.
Renterks of Nom Simon Onneros ta the iheiltd
Sates /*was, nodal, Mara A. tefavor qf
reputing the deeke oft Da s.d ape.
flussaas, who has always
identified himself with the best in
terest of the people of Pennsylvania,
made the following sensible and elo
quent remarks on the bill placing tea
and coffenon the free list :
Mr. Cameron. I voted for the ex
oneration of tea and coffee from du
ty, because I believe that measure to
be right. There is no house in the
whole Milted States so humble that
its inmates do not use. either tea or
coffee. No family is so poor that it
does not sometimes use one or the
other. I have always acted on my
votes on such questions upon the
ground that it is my duty as a repre
sentative of the people, the lowly as
well as the high, to take care ji the
humble- who cannot take care of
themselves. When Mr. Polk was
Preisident of the United States, he
sent in a special message asking Con
gress to put a duty on tea and coffee,
and it was made a party question. I
belonged to his part) , then, but I re
fused to vote for it ; and whenever I
have had an opportunity to- vote on
that subject, I have voted to make
these articles ofprime necessity in
the houses of the poor free.
My course through life has always
been; if I wanted to succeed, to do
one thing ate time. It is an old
maxim, I believe, that if you do but
one thing at ktime, you will be like
ly to do it with better .execution. I
trust, therefore, that the gentlemen,
who want other articles made free
will let this tea and coffee bill be dis
posed of by itself._ -
The Senators from Maryland, I
think, vote against protection s to eve
rythir' ig except - They have a
special article of coal
. that no other
part of the world produoes; and it
can take care of itself. I vote for a
duty on coal, however, because it is
my-desire to take, care of West Vir
ginia and Maryland. They have coal
and they' have salt, which are in
great danger of being useless to them
unless they . have some protection.
Their representatives know that, but
do not seem to appreciate that their
States and other portions of this
country have interests that they must
help to protect if they expect .help
from us. The people'- from Minims
have almost as much interest in coal
as the people of West Virginia. Pres
ently, when coal from Iron Scotia
comes up the lakes and around to
Chicago free of duty,.the coal owners
of Illinois will begin to complain. They have more coal in Illinois than
there is is any other part of the world
in the same extent of territory, and
they have in Indiana— not only an
immense quantity of coal, but a bet
ter coal for certain specific purposes,
except that coal in Pennsylvania,
than _there ib in any other part of the
Mr. Trambul - There is nothing
about coal in this motion.
Mr. Cameron. I know there is
nothing about coal in this motion,but
you cannot expect the coal to be tak
en care of if those who are interested
in coal do not help others to take care
of their interests. I am not speak
ing of log-rolling, but lam talking
to sensible inen,as I be li eve, in a sen
sible way, and I tell them they can
not be protected unless they help
other people to be taken care of.
I speak now in favor of the poor.
The poorest woman in the world
wants her tea or her coffee. In our
poor houses, almost the only .onso
lation of the old women is their tea
or coffee. And yet - gentleman here
who have great interests at stake,vote
against taking the duties off tea and
coffee. But, air,. I rose only to say
that I trust this question will be de
cided upon its own merits.- I believe
with the Senator from Indiana, that
we can reduce this taxation very
There are a great many other arti
eles upon which we can take off the
duties without a loss to the general
revenue of the country. I believe
with him and with -other gentlemen
who have expressed the same senti
ment, that the growth of our trade,
of our commerce, and of our wealth
every year not only astonishes' our
selves, brit astonishes the world, and
by its great growth we are coast
ly able to pay more taxation than
anybody believed we could have done
the year befoit. That is.one of the
strange peculiarities of our country,
that every year as yen try to press us'
down we rise more and more. We
are constantly growing and constant
ly able to meet the emergency of the
I trust we shall settle this ques
tion, and then I will rote with gen
tlemen to take off taxes as they call
them—l do not believe they are tax
es—to take oft the revenue from oth
.11,14 em: 0 I .
The following is the act permitting
the Ps. &N. Y. B. B, Co., to aban
don the Canal between this place and
Wminas, Under the provisions of
an act, entitled, An Act to anthorixe
the North Branch Canal Company to
change their name, style, and title to
to the Penns:Annie and New York
Canal and - Railroad Company and to
construct a railroad along and upon
the towing path or berme bank of
their =al," approved the twentieth
day of March, one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-five, a railroad I
has been constructed in accordance
with the several provisions of the act
aforesaid thus aftrding the public of
the counties through which it runs
and otherportions of the State of
Pennsylvania and adjoining States a
more reliable and more expeditious
avenue of transportation:
AND mom" Since the construc
tion of said railroad the use of the
rang for transportation purposes has
steadily dimirushe d, so that for the
year one thong nd eight hundred
and seventy-one, the receipts were
only nine thousand two hundred and
eight dollars and eighty-two cents,
thus showing that no public necessi
ty exists therefor:. . •
Anrritungai, The canal being a
serious detriment to much of the
pmerty throe* width ft nu. in
easeneano sae leakage
innikewli the land inflt kirfing
i torsU 6re
the • , Tat
anit e '
=4trY l- V ' 7l
kaap repair their_
or any poems thereoL Provided,
That the vodka between the feeder
1 dant on the -Lackawanna-river- and
Northampton street Wilkesharre
shall be kept in repair to long as it
may benecemsy to feed the canal
between Wilkeabure and Nanticoke
That the rabies of the
obligation to 'coop in repair the canal
as above wor stall not be con
strued u a surrender or abandon
ment, by the - said compav of any
rights, property, or franchise, here
todore granted to the said company
on the line of said canal, or its op
parkas:tom or af any title, inta
ar estate heretofore vested in them,
in, upon or along the site heretofore
ooeupied by any portion of their said
navigation,or works connected there
with, except the right to roomette!
the said eanaL
Sze, 8. That all the rights, pow
ers, privileges, and frameless, here
tofore granted to the said company.
sabject.to the gumption. expreesed
in this act are hereby *misused to
this company and declared to be in
fall force an effect.
Sac. 4. That the title of said com
pany to the real and personal estate
embraced by their general Mortgage
and deed of trcust of the fist dsy of
June, A.D. one thousand ht hun
dred and sixty-six, execnt by au
thority of the act approved the twen
tieth day of March,one thousand eight
hundred and 1443 P-five, shall not be
impaired by their release of obliga
tion to keep said canal in repair as
aforesaid, and is hereby confirmed to.
the said company absolutely, subject
however to the lien and trusts of the
said mortgage, and to any other liens ,
that may exist thereon, and to any
estate or right therein of other per
, sons, and subject as aforesaid, the
said company may hold, possess, and
enjoy, all the real and personal estate
now owned or used by them, and the
managers may sell and convey, or
exchange in the fee simple,or for any
less estate, any part thereoL
On motion of Mr. Bun, the follow
ing amendments were passed:
Provided, That the company shall
either purchase all canal - boats be
longing to Bradford, Susquehanna,
and Wyoming counties,so as to allow
the owners of said boats to float them
out,'or in case of the destruction of
the said canal by freshet, the cam
pp shall themselves deliver all such
ate into some adjoining canal.
And provided farther, that the
company shall transport coal and
plaster by their railroad to and from
all points in Bradford and Wyoming
counties, charging no higher rates
for such transportation, than they
charged therefor during• the years
1.870 and 1871.
The following amendment offered
by Mr. BEITSGZES, was voted down:
And the gross charges for local
freights of all kinds in Bradford and
Wyoming counties, shall in no case,
exceed through freights between
Pittston and Waverly.
—The Readout Frepnan says that
'a very respectable young lady cor rf Saugerties, N.
Y., has had her reason pletely restored
lately, as the following incident shows : She
discovered in some paper an advekisement,
purporting to have come from a highly respect
able (worthy and handsome, o course) Chris
tian young man, desiring some young lady to
correspond with him, probably 'with a view di
rected toward matrimony. Now, as she was a
plain country lass, altbongh l her folks well)
well-to-do people, Jibe was by no means one
who shonld ".oraste her sweetness on the des
art, air;" so she concluded to answer. In due
time a reply came, and as time passed on the
letters became more and more affectionate.
At last affairs came to a crisis, and the 'young
gallant was invited to come and see her. He
did come. But, ales I for her hopes and fancies
of delight, he came dead—. But the joke,of
It was, he had to go two or three mikes out of
the village, and every house be went to he In
quired if Miss hied • there. Being very
tight, he would generally state the object of
his visit to her, and would read her last letter,
and then pass on to the next house.' Be Made
out to Mriye at her house at 10 - o'clock at night.
The old folks were absent, but two sisters were
there. The meeting can better be imagined
than described; suffice it to say that the corres
pondence has °eased.
—A Canadian lumberman tells it
tither dubious story of catiriballimi among the
Indians of the Upper Ottawa, which is given
for whit it is worth. lie 'says that owing to the
enormous quantities of now and the terribly
severe weather, the Indians who inhabit the
more remote localities, are literally forced at
certain seasons to satisfy thicravings of appe
tite by devouring one another. As an instance,
he relates the proceedings of one Indian family
The squaw —so the story goes—slew one of her
children during the protracted atom:m(o_9f her
husband, and the family had partiallydevoured
the child when the old Itiugan returned. lie
then joined with the rest in the horrible repast.
When the food was gene another child was sac
:liked and eaten in like manner. The imprac
ticable weatheicontinuing, the Indian toms
hawkeel tie squaw next, and he, and his only
matter this additional supply gave Out,start
sd to make another attempt to reach t ; s seetfle.
went. This failing, the son idled father,
and proceeded to satisfy his wait* Iwith his
flesh. Arriving at last at a settler's shanty, he
told his - awful tale, which it is said could hard•
ly be metal by the listeners, and which it
may also be said will find little credit else.
where,untfi substantiated by indubitable proof.
—The telegraph has mentione l the ,
death of the Arethhfaisop of Lima on we 10th
alt. The Pumas Sar and iferaid says :
"Dying at the ege of eighty t, wea
the eldest bishop and oldest arch m : the
Catholic Church ; the first by reason seniori
ty, the second by reason of ag ho a
se Another more
agreeable circumstance to t dftc.W inter
ested is the fact that the late prebitei was prob
ably the richest man In South America, his
prm•V at the lowest estimation &mauling
to 140,M0000. Elie life was spotless and his
virtues many ; his fault wal a reraarkable desire
to increase his wealth."
BUItELIIS for five dollars at
MAT k 80X8.
rROST &, SONS have the .=
mmetmied of renntase In the country.
CHAMBER SETS, cheaper 119
ever. at 3023.
SALE OF DAIRY . - STOOK !
wm is mooed to potaso 011
SLTIIIIDAVAPIUL 13. 4 272. =
At 10 o'clock. a. m.. et the hones of O. P. llonget.
to Teat' township. the settee Detry Stock of the
hon. eamstatteg of COWL , Pr" Pans. Many
Ohara Paw. to.
1111CSIL-1.11 sum under $lO. cub; Isllei sums
8 months aeon on appronel penes.
i, obip beeetalbre eeSsaaa batmen the
eigne4, male tbe Arm imed ot TAILOR
tam day diametral by a
seemade at tbe bee sum be eeMbd
lIIRAX TAI4 th Poisons baastag
web" Mir any f
tbewastres wM sea ado gteleg tbe
Tonna. Mira it; UM
k EKVITEIx ibs lies' is
ums ilea lllOl l /1
- 1114 r. lir
_ aij• addlinall. ares of
Levis &Oft le Ws Ist aliselveit sissed
.ististiii,W.A.Oilm 1.-mallgraa ky It.
LW% IMEMNI 101 l austerrYi et XL Lifts k Boa
ink assisholl. AB papas Itedstftel to the
boasta rowhl7 tritftS to oW aad
• WTSira. X. =MIL
ANCHOB LINE MUMS
san. ZTUI IMECIMAY SAITEDAIN
lammagara Weal So awl fry any Rehm ma.
Ms at asapart la east &Oita. Diana Yam/.
avales. Dausark. Ganamq, Triamm. Eolltad. Hai.
gtas aad tbe tlakad
4r. - "Le • lX•m . b. l • c•IO 71,*
Ofibta tare tram Nem York to GLASGOW. UTJS
I.OIIIMDZITI at QUICOMITOWS. $ll.
and $ll3. TINTWCWIO3. .13,11MIACM
DIMS TIMM POE LET AIM=
PattiotiOndlog **lb* him& laths Ole Ckozo
try too maw*Ws al isdoosa raw. Tor tot.
tier pailookoo ogrof to lIIMRSOX BZOTHM
Dodgy Gook X. Y. at lo II O. =XL COMM
Zeno OOoa. Towoodo.Zz 11. IL MUM Jo-.
, Tint Mika nook ot Ta
MESSRS L&Z&RUS & MORRIS,
Esti "tat a liar to abed lb* tacreasiag demand foe
CELXBIENTZD 111:1171X= SPICTSCLZB
W. A. criaIBIEBLIN,
Rata Kokes and Janerder. ardor is Swiss and
Sole Arai la this locallhe. "Ibt7 Dave tate" cue
to en en feedrat lialMom. sod have exaddessee
la the allattef of their swat to "Wet tie
same of all outcome. An wepatweal, _VT;
thus allurdat itO proms— at all Wank llpectaelle- V.
equalled ter Wry foe lb& Uwialwa sod Pr o.
ervallos Qoahlies. 'Poo ands cam* be odd as to
their Seassiorta7 our the maim* stases" "cm
'There le we glbowicen: . isaveltag of the alight. Ma
dan& or Wow wanallan asusetiou, but ea the
culdisli. haw the perbet coustroctles at the less.
ass. they are soothing and *anat. cantos a Wa
in of rad 10 the V 10121114 pittl= elowe
mod Magna on . as ln the natural.
They an the spectacle that pm as eta;
amid the and are the "beeped because the
bat. alwanbstlag =swears without cheap be
Bola Again in 'Towanda. Pa.
IA nal) 4F.XeI Di :I:
at an Vines contain an
vi up if 41
Or all *See sod orlon. combining with tbw Rich
Ind Lisent. the Ilea= Priors. suitable for GM
sod so amp Una a a em afford to love them. Also
the Inset nod most
YARRIONARLE BLACK WALNTT, PARLOR AND
Of new and oeiginid designs and of the most
pelt style and Wok. Moo a choice assortment of
TABLES, WARDROBES, DRESS
ING "ChliM BIDE-BOARD% =AIM
Alm • complete lloe of
Booeland Par T lo e r e e C e h • Tsoe flounmet
misty of styles and pekes. Alio an endkes varle
t, d •
BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, CHAIRS
- meraza PILLOWS;
MATRESSE:3, & SPRING ,BEDS,
Of every description. and in feet everything to be
fternd in • first Om Furniture State,
CHEAPEE Taw -Tux CHEAPEST 1
We Came On Lamber t or to Loather in
foe furnitare. Moo a lam stock of
Of may deetription'iroen tho most 00212111011 to the
Anent Iteeeirood, always on head. We. are sole
wits far •
: : C. ;Ili
Whkh are ow cotweedol by all parties to be tar the
beat Natalie Cue in nae. We have the
FINE - ST HEABSE
In this motion of sal will furnish any
thing in the UNDEBTAIING ilne AS LOW as the
same quality of goods am be got at ANT PLACE.
either In Towanda or asewhem, and from our
ISPERIENCE and thorough acqualptanee. wi annorm th ose ira
business, we =weave pawns to
which they many
me alwsys subject when dealing with
nip- Do not forget the pbce.
Tarinds, April'. 1872
CLOTHING EMPORIU 111
OPPOUTE THZ 31=011 HOUSE.
(Formerly oftupierkbi N. Jacobs.)
The rapid growth of Towanda requires tba man
aloft ot baabsom and the nwhwatcuml. reabAng ttda
vant et the ootaintinit7 tztatbe
READYHAYE CLOTHING LINE
Nu mood s- Der Wrs is Beidistoan's Blpis.
(fotiosety oompied by H. Jacobs,) awl is ow
wed to offez to his old CIIIIWELICIII and the pat&
gsserally. a bathos stock of
MENS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING
Ny Mock ban all boss paretrasettami the mow
Wanes this duo% so east I bays co old doek to
elt. WSW se kWh pekes. I hats s fuII Has
of the ax rat gaallV and Latest styles. wbkli lam
Otraing at low agoras. •
haws so connection with tho old stead. sod Whoa
you watt sayildasdo otothfai Las. tor yoarsslf
or boys, re oa tas Ilsidlsmaa's Mock.
Tovsnih. Mach U. lilt
,THE HONE SHIPITLE SEW.-
, 121 G lUCEINZ. TXII - 113VID=Of OF
ItECILAMEIKi llnamre, Trims. Brum.
Oosaaso, nuncio. Swam% tuft. Tvcaso,
Itersizsa. Thoff-arrecanfo LlDGarsWVar6.
Ps waled In
AMERICA. AND EUROPE,
gyp. Durable sal Complete.
Every Machine Warranted for five
EQUALLY GOOD YOU ME OU ULM !OBE.
It h s Triumph of Ita , ^7 genius.
Th. Soli genetical law peke! loreistitenfleuing
Madge ever invented.
DINA be bionbegath by other Agents bloomy.
us matter bait smooth their tames may be. be sure
they meta Imp props to their own pathos.
D. D. WOODDIDLL
SwttheDruthed asd thaltreafteatise. ageabe
lass, Dridlbrd meaty, Pa.lfeb.
Liam TROUT. IMO very line
ai • wig km: sift V
tio UM • inaaqs-
1872 - 1 SPILINti
or 01.0113tliat BEII3
J. 9. ?BOW BOX&
'•' - 7 . '..'. • ' '',
."L'..; . :. _ .. : - !'i • - J . ,
..::',- -- !, - 4 .-..-...-•': 4
EVANS R . lIILDRETII
RAVE JUST OPENED
AN ENTIRE STOCE.
SPRING DRY GOODS !
WM= THEY ARE OYrk.IIIN3
AT POPUtiAR PRICES !
PLEASE CALL AND ENAXLNE.
vviAzgtiit as Ao Dv 4:01
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Stamm FUND 40,000.
Thla-Bank Wars mirostrAT., recrimrs for the
transaction of a
- GENERAL RANKING ;RUSINESS.
INTEREST LID ON DEPOSITS AOCORD=G TO
EMzetaz.. Cass amai TO TUX Couxonos 0/ Noma
Parties Ong to anza nos= to any part of the
Mailed States. Sagland. Ireland. Scotland. or the prin
cipal cities and tram of Europe, mat here procure
drafts for that purpose.
* PASSAGE • traTETS
To or from thi old country. by best "inter or mail
bag lines. slims en hand. •
'Amuse tommanT ova AT amino root.-' nAna.
MkplAtf rrier.paidfor. Ita Bonds. Gold sad &Seer.
.1013. rownz... President. N. N. BETTS. 3 m..
December 411189. Cashier.
TOWANDA. BRADFORD 0017FITT,
Thli Lnatitntlort will commence ita Seventeenth
MONDAY. AUGUST 28. 1871. -.
The menses of Andy are English. ltorinal. Cent
raereial. Acakenic, Scientific and Classical. la all of
which the Inatniction Is systematic and thorough.
The Prinelifela will be masted in the various
departments by a large and very excellent=
taatructors—three graduates, eryerieneed
been namlo7 tageged no elect will be
to make um, lostlfrite. to comfort. discipline
and effiriency, second to no other
The Meted Department will be under the charge
Of Professor H. yr. Johanzioseen.
This Mettlxlitote la now In thorough repair. .
the Mailings totter extensive impr ps ovement@ daring
past year. new antambra, ma and ,
mast approvedlpsteed desks and seats for all the
'lndy and rediation rooms have just been pur
Prisdpal at the Ilrocatal Department I'M
ingsataa Angara 211. a Tairobers• Clan. sad by
leaid to template the moat time.
to=rai passib during Um time.
form Be $lO. Board and room in the
ros4. Itaestrahla, students may obtain
ta town and hoard thearselees. Early appli
cation for board and rooms at the Instihne ahonidte
mirk. as minas are being midi, engage&
Par farther particulars or Maws% apply to
trim& V. mitt Z. L Qitinian. Pr= Toinsido.
rat P7l President Board Trustees.
NEW STEAM FLOURING MILL
The Wm:at) &Ores to eve notice that Ns now
STEAM FLOURING MILL
Is now in waxesaral operation,• and that he is pro
posed to do all work in his line on shod antics.
CUSTOM OBERDENO DONE ON.TNE SAYE DAY
THAT IT IS azorrvp
• *bat. Buelortied and Bye Flour, Corn Meal,
rani. Bran, be., always
_rya band and far asla at,
"PLETLCULAII NOTICTIL-.Persons living° on the
week stele of the river Codeine° patronize my
tau dill M
ir es tbeir .guni ftym es peid ai leth
upwird linye k when they
Y. B. AliElS.
'MEW PLANIN,G MILL.
4 . 1
0/ to onigood Mtn; built a I;rge and comoio.-
dims Bogo of, TowandaWed it
with Ow moot mod of em Auld lorprold mob/nary, !co
WINDOW SASE A)W SURDS.
Are prepared to IM meets. - thettieli large iz a:.
mon We shortest sheiks. We have also a ts
etse, et lIDULDINOIL at the latest Wile
by eon resat& much ebeepte thanthey awl);
trate, by hand.
•t . .
And sil other wort perbining to lobar:. willbs dons
la sun oar eustoinars. -
Punt= buUdi g. and not Lt#ng man i twelve
Ibultsse miles disbmt. will Sad it cc th eir
Mout to buy of sis. or bting th eir 1 and lors
itvoted by err lincidnery. - Wag yaw grist is Viomft, or other lumber, aad utile mu Wait is
maw, Mrs it ground oat sad take it bams
VS Vin ply (11Z11 far PM =LOCI
WNW gWiliiisd at our bomber In& Dori std
stall ea l wadi.
ray Ufa OM QIN
SEASON OF 1871-2.
10.0 E -01. LECTURES.
ocuunith:4 have nude the following einnige
Dato r -WEDNESDAY, ocronra 18
Subjeet—"Nicn Young Ifen."
Dr. J. G. HOLLAND,
• (MOTLEY TITCONII4
Date —7IIE9DAY. 140‘434:1111t 14. 1871
Subject: 0. The &xdalUndertrt." -
_PETROLEUM V. NABBY
sablact—' , The =salon of .Bkibewangh."
4Nlr4 •R. DI ILINSON.
Data—TED umor 2'1.1872. -
Subject- -" Demagogue ana Workingmen."
Bev. _Robert Collyer,
Date, April 4, 1872.
Subject—. Clear Grit."
JOHN 13. GO UGH.
"pits.-WITNEEDAN. May 1 187.1.
Tbe ILENDELSSOTIN QUEINTETTE CLUB will give
• Concert DEMMER L
Tickets for sale at Pewits bk larar's Drug Store.
Sale of Beserred Beata will commentz two days
before each lecture.
:NO. P. OANDEE.SON. -8. W. ALVORD.
L. IL YLOST. • N. P Limo,
J. W. VAN 'run. •
Towanda. Oct. '5, 1871.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Have , the sole control 'for the 114 ail
And vre ng them as ldw as °the:houses ara
retailing Eastern Goods. •
Be sure that you are buying these Boots, for it Arent
stand to reason that an Lastern'Boot. made by ma
chine throughout, will begin to wear with the celo,
A largo aeaortatent, which an arc.selling al a largo
re:lnchon in ptinee. We keep none but tlrat finality
Bubbeis. . .
FINE' SHOES !
For Ladies, Misses and CLiblren. in Peb. Goat, $ll.
French NIL Serge mad French, Calf, in fact all the
styles manufactured by the best Factories in the
A FLIA LINE OF Lcla'S GOODS ON HAND!
RO I BES !
but ivaelved; a larger stock of Wolf, Drag° and
Lap Itobeacalso Ilorso• Blankets, Whips, &c., which
we are awing cheap far cash: . - _
The largest assortment ill this section :t correspond
1317 e to a call and you will be Pllapa
NEW COAL FIRM
11We are recorring direct from the, trainee the very
best prrrsros, PINNOTII, and SIMIZVAN
TIMCITi. COAL. which we propose to sell at th e
We reareetfully incite thor,e washing to purcliage to
call and examine our Coal. - . .
We will deliver Coal or Lime whenever decirad
on shortmotler, lading only the customary prices:
tsncoceiloi to B. s.p.uskis s.: Co., Bankera.l
Receives Deposit., Loans Money, Makes Collec
tions. and doos a. --
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS,.
same as an Incorporated Bank.- •
To portions. desiring to send Money to ANT TAUT ~.
of the United States, 4,lsnade or ,Enrope, this Bank
offers the best facilities and the lowest terms.
To and' roin Nora Scotia. England, Ireland, Scot
land, or any part of Europe and the Orient, by the
CF , FRR.ITED INMAN LINE
Of Steamers always on hand.
Buys and sells - Gal, Sliver, Untied States Bonds
at market rates. .
Agent for the sale of Northern Pacific 1 S•l6
Bonds. . - -
M. C. AITMCDE, President.
WAL S. VINCENT, Cashier. . mar.ls'7l
Ihto-7A2tHARY. 31. 1372.
Subject—.. Will It ray.'
In endless vnriety.
BOOTS AND SHOES
3L•wiifactured in Towanda,
DON'T BE DECEIVED !
TAIINKS, TRAnLb:G BLfic, kC
L. L. MOODY d,:•CO.
L. L. MOODY. _A
H. E. IT4THINSA
Towatirla„ Nov. 1. ISTI
On Cansi Stmt, fronting
meat market price.
We inso,keep Limo, fresh from the kiln.
VABISERS,. bring your =co
sad t yo 4t
Jay. 110, 14.
I,lox 'NARK ETE;
, • - •oxit uan ua&
mem weglacwlay. by C. C. PATCH
subject to chatugas
Buckwheat. * bash
Own. * hash
Saw* la • •
do n0 w........
W ra ,
ajoes. 9 In*
llour. bsiTel 800 -'ut lc (24,
Waco= 417 Gatae.—Wheat Ul tb. ; Corn 56 lbs.t
aye se lbs.; Oats 32 lba.; Harley 46 lbs.; cwi l .b .a
68 tba. t-Butua 62 Ili.; Cm 20 lbs.: Chertb a , ; Timothy Hord 41 ; Dried Pestles fif*l tri ;
Driod Apples 2? lbs.. Flar. Seed 50 4s.
IRIOE LIST--CASCADE Inus .
FlcarbestWinter wheat. Fri luck •• • • .... ... S 2 (Y)
„ hundred lb . i ...
s • barrel. ...
• ................ 1164
custom grindlng sultutily don at once. as the (L i
parity of th e m ill ti sufficient fo r • lam, nt
caerrptown, July 23.1870. •IL E: maim."
rota further nottca.pricea at yam aro, pe r r ,.. t
of 2000 putrid/1: •
' Egg, or No. 2
Stove. or Noe. 9 and 4
Not, or No. 5
....... It 77.
Lai-go Stove • ..... ..14 tty,
Small Stove -
The following idditlotel charges will be mace!,
delivering coal wain the borough lunge:
Per ton 50 cis. Extra for arri-tyg in 14 it•
re i. -
Han t0n.......35 "
Qturtor t0n...25 " Is
Legtvo Ordors . st my Cosl Oface, 'No, 3, 3 n , r.
cr.rs New Block, south aide, or at. Dr. IL C. l'ortPr
Son & Drug Store.
ire Orders Roust in all easel* accompszled
T OWANDA COAL-YARD.
ANTEDIADITEAND DITMILCOCS cow.
The undersigned, Laving leased tLe Cool Uri
Dock at the old ..13arcligt Basin." and just completed
a large Coal-house and Mee upon the premises, sr
DOW prepared to tarnish the drams of Tosrmls
vicinity with the di ffereut kinds and idaeloithistarts
named coals upon the most reasonable terms it se• -
quantitg desired. Prices at the Yard lentil iv
notice 'per net ton of 2060 pounds:
74,r; or 'No.
Stovg; or Noo. 3 tead 4.. • -
Nut or No. 5
Arr. zaya's Airmx&crte coAr-
La Steve 4 • . - - . - 4 N
Small Stow; ,
I o .
-.... 3 23
"Barclay "'Lump ' 4 f
Brat of Mines 4 fe
~ • Fine, orßlackarailli 3 Z.)
- • The following additional elargea will be male Zo:
delivering Coal within the borough limits :
Per Ton —5O cents. -Extra for carrying in, 50 cr. cis.
Half T0n..35 .. all dig -
fiar Orders may be left at the Yar,l, comer a Su ,
road and Elizabeth Street, or at Porter t
V3.orders must in alteascs be atm - MI.IMM Ira
tho cash. WALD s DON - TAME..
Tosfranda, Feb. .I.„ 1872—u.
Would say that tht
rise in prices of many goods, tha
they continue to - keep their usua
stock of .111 - ON, STEEL, TINWARE
&C., arid Rill sell * at close prices fo
ready pay. The .7ilERIlt CHRIST
MIS with iron copper-lined reer
voir and ii:atent slide, ELliowingstraw
to : F.ss into the smoke pipe, ihads
fa'v - wherever tried. •We Lim.e ais
Nor Enipirr, -
• .2t tnno,
We continue to pipe Liouf,c.4 La
gas, and to do all kinds of pinnibiag.
Leal and Copper ;cork as well as
general Tin and Sheet-iron jobbing
on shbrt notice.
Dexter ret'd Cutters, 'National F.e,l ruiter.. s
Clafrees Feed Cutters.
" p .Carriage makers wp: vtAill
FeNoel!, Spokes. .
rattia \1 bee's,
-- We arc .I,llvitys heacl . quarteri. ur
all kinds of
Knives and.. Forks, - P«•uors .
Pocket knives, Strops,
Babbitt Metal, . nay
Fairban.C9calea, - Baas, ,
Picks, • • GunP.
• . . • Cat ri•ige,.
(7all and - see us wheu you wish. to
CODDING RUSSELL &
HILL'S VEGETABLE SIC
" HAM RENEWER.
Every 3 - ear increases the popularity of this rafts
ble Haterrepiration; which is due to Mir:talent. -
We can assure our old patrons that it is kept
fe r ry
up to its high standard;-and it is the Only relial t L?
and perfected preparatiOn, for restoring Urn tf
Eaded Bair to its youthful color, making insoylt 4 . -
kraus,. and silken . : The scalp, by its n=o , -
white sod dealt. St removes all eiaphinivond
ruff, and, by its - tonic • properties, prevents hat's
from . fairing Gut. as it stimulates and neasiik. ,
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hair-Elands. By its use the haii grows
stronger. In baldness It restores the capillar3 .
to their normal vigor, and will create a uts - g: o4a .
except in extreme old age. It is the most oconorii .
cal Bair Dressing ever used, as it rinuires fewer ,
.plicatioas, sad gives the hair a op leuilld glossy al'
pearance. "'ayes, U.. D., Stan) assayer sl
Masiisehnsetts, says. "The eaustituents are pare,.
and carefully selected for excellent iptality sail l'
consider - it the Best Preparation for its intended
Sold by all Druggists, ar.tr,Vealers in .tintiriser.
L. S. CASE, fr. CO
4- ^ II.IOE ONE DOLLAR.
Dn. J. C. AYER & CO.. Lon'ztt, 1114:
Practical and Analytical Cliamilt3'
AND BOLD ALL DOTND 'INN .IVONLD.: _
Dr. EL: C r POSNIM. SON. CO., WhOlefalo-AgC/.
Towanda, PL. mid for i4:10 111 „il,slers "threngbo.i
the counts. , . .- -.-
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Dec. 7. 1571.-17eow
Samuel rowel. Son k Co., bare wncured froni Se w
York l/ronsew, an 4 will lmlAca-' 6l - 1°
hale ,the TOW11:146 Mil and Ciallaike
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